The failure of the referendum in Macedonia should send strong signals to the European Union about the decline of its allure in the Western Balkans.
As much as quite a few Catalans may want independence from Spain, it is practically impossible. But more regional autonomy is certainly possible.
Voters must stop expecting easy solutions from politicians. And politicians must stop pretending they have them.
Scotland votes for more home rule within the UK, not independence.
There are plenty of warning signs for Scots to heed in the upcoming referendum.
London has already lost in the fight for Scottish independence.
What role did globalization play in Europe's "no" vote for the EU constitution?
Does the EU's constitutional setback spell trouble for the European economy?